A friendly, supportive and productive monthly virtual networking meeting for entrepreneurs with any form of disability or health issues.

This is a regular opportunity to bring together business owners with any form of physical or mental health issues to network together, advise each other and build up contacts across the whole of the UK.

The monthly online networking session will feature a short 10 minute talk by a speaker with a health issue - or someone who is an advocate for those with a disability - before we go into breakout rooms so attendees can network with one another in a friendly and supportive environment.

This month's guest speaker is Ina Jeffrey, owner of Savannah Rose – Virtual Assistant & Business Support. Ina supports (mainly) neurodivergent business owners with all things admin to free up their time to focus on the things that made them start their business in the first place (which is usually not admin). She also helps people get the support they need through Access to Work funding, which she what I will talk about during her presentation

Ina's main goal is to free up your time and make your life easier…no task is too big or too small. She offers a real variety of services that you as a business owner can tap into and thrives in organising chaos into structure and processes that can help you to achieve your future success.

These virtual networking meetings are part of the FSB's ongoing Business Without Barriers campaign which aims to encourage inclusive, supportive workplaces and offer advice for the country's army of disabled entrepreneurs.

This free #FSBConnectOnline networking is open to all businesses - both FSB members and non-members are welcome to attend, so please feel free to share with your networks.

Please note that subtitles will automatically be enabled for this virtual networking event.

We look forward to seeing you! 

Our events and activities, including those focused on a specific issue or equality characteristic, are open to all. We encourage shared learning, wider conversations, and a collective responsibility to inclusivity through allyship, where marginalised groups are supported by others.

To enable FSB to deliver a high level of customer service at our events, and to tailor the content where appropriate, we will share your full name and business name with the host of the event you have registered to attend. The event hosts are representatives of FSB who irretrievably delete your details following the event.  Should you not consent your full name and business name being shared with the event host, please contact [email protected] within three working days of the event taking place, with details of the event.

Event contact

For general enquiries regarding the event, please telephone our dedicated events helpline 01253 336028 or email [email protected]

Further information

  • To help ensure things run smoothly, please refer to our Events terms and conditions here.
  • We want all attendees to feel welcome - please read our statement on Diversity and inclusion here.
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  • To enable FSB to deliver a high level of customer service at our events, and to tailor the content where appropriate, we will share your full name and business name with the host of the event you have registered to attend. The event hosts are representatives of FSB who irretrievably delete your details following the event.  Should you not consent your full name and business name being shared with the event host, please contact [email protected] within three working days of the event taking place, with details of the event.